When the Black Roses Grow #sweetandspicyromance #CoverReveal #writing #amwriting #romance #paranormalromance #salemwitches #salemwitchtrials

WhereBlackRosesGrow (2)In 1692 the fear of witchcraft is spreading around Salem village. While those who are accused and sentenced face death, everyone else faces the risk of accusations placed upon them.

As Emmalynn Hawthorne, the daughter of a woman hung for witchcraft, places a bouquet of flowers upon her mother’s grave, a circle of black roses sprouts out of thin air. Dark magic, the roses strike fear through her heart when Mary Pruett and the handsome new-comer, James DeKane, spy upon her as they pass along the traveling road. Emmalynn flees and her panic soon turns into terror as another vine of black roses sprouts and grows throughout the inside of her home. Is she a witch? Will she be the next accused?

James DeKane has secrets of his own—ones that could prove deadly for him and anyone he holds dear. At fault for the untimely death of his parents, he must protect his hidden brother and dying sister, all while fearing that the haunting prophecy bestowed upon him at birth will come to pass. Desperate and fighting the monster inside of him, he’s searching for the one love who can alter his destiny.

A historical paranormal romance, WHEN THE BLACK ROSES GROW, spins the story of fearing witchcraft and living through persecution in 1692 Salem Village, Massachusetts.

My third novel, a Historical Paranormal Romance, is set to release on December 2, 2015!


5 thoughts on “When the Black Roses Grow #sweetandspicyromance #CoverReveal #writing #amwriting #romance #paranormalromance #salemwitches #salemwitchtrials

  1. I can’t imagine the amount of research you had to do for that time period. I’m anxious to see how you did your first ‘fantasy’ novel. My latest WIP takes place in the 1950’s & 1960’s with a little bit of magic realism (I haven’t written fantasy before). I’m struggling to get that time period right, and there is more to find on that one.

    I hope you don’t think bad of me when I confess, I just finished The Woman on the Painted Horse. I’m very slow to read books these days. I downloaded in the Land of Gold and hope to get to it soon.

    Great cover for this new one. I love your titles, too.

    1. There really isn’t that much paranormal or fantasy parts in it. It’s more historical for that time period. But, because there is some magic in it, it’s labeled Paranormal. It still reads like a historical in that time period, which yes, the research was insane. And, no I don’t think it’s bad. LOL. Thank you for even reading it. I really hope you enjoyed it and enjoy the second (which is my favorite). I’m a very slow reader, too. I don’t get a lot of time to read. Thank you!!! 🙂

      1. Oh yes, I enjoyed it. It’s difficult for me to find good writers where anyone can upload any piece of work, good or bad. I’m glad I found a good writer in you, Angela.

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